After this, the Muharnniadans came from the north in
great strength and annexed some of the rajijas that were
administered from Anegondi. These ialiti:a$ were placed in the
charge of Sayapa Xayani Veugalappa Nayaningani,* who
looked after the affairs of the sltna for some time* when tae
Boy as who were in his service, rebelled and took posses-
sion of the entire rftjyam. Being unable to quell them? he leit
the Duvvapati-swza and proceeded to the Padusah at Q-Jlkoada
whom he asked for a body of troops in order to enable him.
to regain his estate from the Kiraia-Bdyzs. He promised to tiie
Padugah that, in return for the help, he would pay the peshkist
due to the Padusah and a wjaru (present) of a lakh of iwrakas,
Accordingly, a large force was placed at his disposal, with
which he marched on the Boy as and destroyed them. He
conquered the simas of Durvapadu, Kotaf Podile and Baddevolu
and ruled them fixing his headquarters at Daddanala which he
built at a spot 10 kos west of Duwapadti and 12 k$s east of
Kaifiyat o/DttwapSdv : Met. Ms*. 13-3-13, Sectioa 6, pp. 11-22.
229. SRlBAIx-GA III AND RAYAPRABHU OF PUDDKOf A.
On one occasion, one of the elephants of Srirangaraya
which was in rut escaped from custody, and caused much
damage. No one dared even to approach the animal. How-
ever, Rayaprabhu, one of the Tondamaii chieis, captured the
animal and banded it over to Srirangaraya. The Raya
conferred on Rayaprabhn many titles and presents as a mark
of his appreciation of the latter s bravery.
li : f*#r*ai tfthe Tcluf* Academy, Vol. 2, pp. 306-7.
230(a). ANARCHY AFTER THE DEATH OF
After the close of the reign of Ylr» Veukatapatiriya
Maharaya, the country was plunged in awiarehy for four or
e% DUpl^a tfflea.